Allergy & Immunology
A 17-month-old boy was referred to a pediatric dermatology clinic for evaluation of a facial rash that had been present since age 6 months. The patient’s mother reported that the eruption had initially started as papules on the right cheek and subsequently spread to the left, with new papules appearing gradually over time.
We present a case on a 22-year-old college student with a pruritic rash on his mid-abdomen and ask you to make the diagnosis and treat the patient. Along the way, we'll provide details about the case, and at the end, we'll share the patient's outcome.
Welcome to Consultant360's latest interactive diagnostic quiz. Over the next few pages, we'll present a case and ask you to make the diagnosis and treat the patient. Along the way, we'll provide details about the case, and at the end, we'll share the patient's outcome.
Anaphylaxis is a clinical syndrome, not a single disorder. With the frequent introduction of new therapeutics such as monoclonal antibodies, vaccines such as COVID-19 vaccines, and chemotherapies, it is important to understand the underlying causes of anaphylaxis.
The AAAAI recently released new recommendations for treating and preventing anaphylaxis. Test your knowledge on the new recommendations with our latest pop quiz!